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DX-LTDVD19-09 @ (2008)(Haier Electronic Company Limited) All rights reserved. Unauthorized copying and distribution is
DX-LTDVD19-09 @ (2008)(Haier Electronic Company Limited) All rights reserved. Unauthorized copying and distribution is
DX-LTDVD19-09 @ (2008)(Haier Electronic Company Limited) All rights reserved. Unauthorized copying and distribution is
DX-LTDVD19-09 @ (2008)(Haier Electronic Company Limited) All rights reserved. Unauthorized copying and distribution is
DX-LTDVD19-09 @ (2008)(Haier Electronic Company Limited) All rights reserved. Unauthorized copying and distribution is
DX-LTDVD19-09 @ (2008)(Haier Electronic Company Limited) All rights reserved. Unauthorized copying and distribution is

DX-LTDVD19-09

DX-LTDVD19-09 @ (2008)(Haier Electronic Company Limited) All rights reserved. Unauthorized copying and distribution is

@ (2008)(Haier Electronic Company Limited)

All rights reserved. Unauthorized copying and distribution is a

violation of law.

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WARNING

This service information is designed for experienced repair technicians only and is not designed for use by the general public. It does not contain warnings or cautions to advise non-technical individuals of potential dangers in attempting to service a product. Products powered b electricity should be serviced or repaired only by experienced professional technicians. Any attempt to service or repair the product

deal with in this service information by anyone else could result in serious injury or death.

CONTENT

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2. WAINING……………………………………………………………………………………… ………… 4

3. LOCATION OF CONTROLS AND COMPONENTS……………………………………… ……

6

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1. SPECIFICATIONS…………………………………………………………………… ………………

3.1. Board Location………………………………

3.2 Main Board & AV Board………………………………

3.3 Power Board………………………………

3.4 LCD Panel…………………

……………… ……………………… …….……

…………………………………… …….7

………………………………………………… ……9

….10

4. External Equipment Connections………………………………………………………………… ….11

5. OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS………………………………………………………………………….15

………………………………

……………………………

……………………………………….15

…………….16

………………………….17

6. DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS…………………………………… …………….……………….18

6.1 Whole Machine……………………………………………… …………………….……….18

6.2 Support Stand Assembly……………………………………………

6.3 Back Cabinet Assembly…………………………………… ……….……………… …….20

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5.1 Front Panel Controls………………………………

5.2 Back Panel Controls………………………………

5.3 Universal Remote Controller………………………………

………….………

…….

……

……

……

6.4 Front Cabinet Assembly…………………………… ……………………………… …… 21

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6.5 Miscellaneous Material Assembly………………………………….………………

7. MEASUREMENTS AND ADJUSTMENTS……………………………………………………….…25

8. WIRING CONNECTION DIAGRAM………………………………………………

………………32

… 33

9.1. Simple check………………………………………………………… ……………….…… 33

9.2. Power Supply Board failure check……………………………… ……………………….……34

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9.4. Pannel failure …………… ……………………………………………………………… ……37

……39

10. MAINTENANCE……………………………………………………………………………

11. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM…………………………………….….……… ……………………… …………. 40

9. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE………………………………………………… …………

9.3. Main board failure

check…………………………………………………………………….….

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1. Specification

Model

 

DX-LTDVD19-09

Screen size

19inch

Aspect

ratio

16:10

Resolution

1440*900

Response Timems)

5

Angel of view

H:160/V:160

Color

display

16,777,216

NO.of preset channels

181

OSD language

 

English/Spanish/French

Color system

 

note 1

Audio system

 

note 2

Audio

output

 

power(Built-in)(W)

2×3W

Audio

output

 

power(outer)(W)

No

Total power inputW

<=80W

Voltage rangeV

AC120V

Power frequencyHz

60Hz

Time

of

sleep

 

timer(MINS)

5/10/15/30/60/90/120/180/240

Net weight(KG)

5

Gross weight(KG)

6.35

Net dimension(MM)

462*179.5*388.5

Packaged

 

dimension(MM)

522*203*438

Notes:

1.NTSC: Standards Developed by National TV Standards Committee 2. M standard: each channel bandwidth is 6 MHz and the frequency of audio is 4.5 MHz higher than the frequency of video.

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2. Warning

WARNING RISKELECTRIC SHOCK DONOT OPEN WARNING: To reduce the risk of electric shock don’t remove
WARNING RISKELECTRIC SHOCK DONOT OPEN WARNING: To reduce the risk of electric shock don’t remove

WARNING

RISKELECTRIC SHOCK DONOT OPEN WARNING: To reduce the risk of electric shock don’t remove cover or back.

No user-serviceable parts inside refer service to qualified service personnel.

Safety of operators has been taken into consideration at the design and manufacture phase, but inappropriate operation may cause elec tric shock or fire. To prevent the product from being damaged, the following rules should be observed for the installation, use and maintenance of the product. Read the following safety instruction before starting the operation. The User Manual uses the following symbols to ensure a safe operation and preventany damage to operators or properties:

THIS SYMBOL INDICATES THAT HIGH VOLTAGE IS PRESENT INSIDE. IT IS DANGEROUS TO MAKE ANY KING OF CONTACT WITH ANY INSIDE PART OF THIS PRODUCT. DANGEROUS TO MAKE ANY KING OF CONTACT WITH ANY INSIDE PART OF THIS PRODUCT.

THIS SYMBOL INDICATES THAT THERE ARE IMPORTANT OPERATING AND THE IN MAINTENANCE APPLIANCE. INSTRUCTIONS THE LITERATURE ACCOMPANYING

THE

IN

MAINTENANCE

APPLIANCE.

INSTRUCTIONS

THE

LITERATURE

ACCOMPANYING

FCC STATEMENT

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,

pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rule. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection

against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, use and can radiate

radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause

harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference with

not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or

television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is

encourage to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

*Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

*Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.

*Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receivers

connected.

*Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

This device compiles with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two

conditions: (1) This device may be not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any

interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

FCC CAUTION:

To assure continued compliance and possible undesirabl e interference, the provided ferrite cores must

be used when connecting this plasma display to video equipment; and maintain at least 40cm spacing

to other peripheral device.

CANADIAN NOTICE:

This Class B digital apparatus compiles with Canadian ICES-003.

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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

Read all of the instructions before using this appliance. When using this appliance, always exercise basic safety precautions, including the following:

1) Save these Instructions ---the safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference. 2) All warning on the appliance and in the operating instructions should be followed. 3) Cleaning --- Unplug from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use only dry cloth for cleaning. 4) Attachments ---do not use attachments not recommended by the manufacturer as they may cause hazards. 5)Water and moisture -- do not place this product near water, for example, near a bathtub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool. 6) Accessories ---do not place this unit on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommend by the manufacture, or sold with the unit. 7) Ventilation ---Slots and openings in the cabinets and the back or bottom are provided for ventilation. These openings must not be blocked. In a built in installation such a bookcase or rack do not install product unless proper ventilation is provided. 8) Power Source ---this TV should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the rating label. If you are not sure of the type of power supply to your home, consult your appliance dealer or local power company. 9) Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for repl acement of the obsolete outlet. To prevent electric shock, ensure the grounding pin on the AC cord power plug is securely connected. 10) Power cord protection ---Power supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them. Pay particular attention to cords or plugs, convenience receptacle, and the point where they exit from the appliance. 11) Lighting precaution ---for added protection for this product during a lighting storm or when it is left unattended for long period of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable system. This will prevent damage to the product due to lighting and power line surges. 12) Never push objects of any kind into this product through openings as they may touch dangerous voltage point or short out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock. Avoid spilling liquid of any kind on the product. 13)Servicing ---do not attempt to service the product by yourself, as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to authorized service personnel. 14) Unplug this unit from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions:

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a. When the power supply cord or plug is damaged or frayed.

b. If liquid has been spilled, or objects have been fallen into the unit.

c. If the unit has been exposed to rain or water.

d. If the unit does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. Adjust only those

controls that are covered by the operating instructions, as improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the unit to its normal operation. e. If the unit has been dropped or damaged in any way.

f. When the unit exhibits a distinct change in performance; this indicates a need for service.

15) Heat --- The product should be situated away heat source such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other products (Including amplifiers) that product heat. 16) Overloading ---Do not overload wall outlets and extension cord as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock.

3. LOCATION OF CONTROLS AND COMPONENTS

3.1. Board Location

3. LOCATION OF CONTROLS AND COMPONENTS 3.1. Board Location No. Parts number Description A Board  

No.

Parts number

Description

A

Board

   

B

Board

 

Power Board

C

Board

   

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3.2. Main Board & AV Board

3.2. Main Board & AV Board 3.2.1 Function Description: Main Board : Process signal which incept

3.2.1 Function Description:

Main Board

Process signal which incept from exterior equipmentthen translate into signal that panel can display.

3.2.2 Connector definition

Main board connector

Power connectors (CN3, CN5)

 

CN3

 

CN5

Pin number

Signal name

Pin number

Signal name

1

+12V

1

+12V

2

+12V

2

GND

3

BL

3

GND

4

DIM

4

+5V

5

GND

5

STB

6

GND

 

7

SW

Notes:

CN3-Pin 3: Backlight on/off:

The system can turn on or turn off the backlight of TFT LCD Panel through the power supply unit path.

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CN3-Pin 7: System power on / standby System board will use this pin to control system power. CN3-Pin 4: Control the luminance of backlight The system can generate the PWN signal to control the strength of TFT LCD Panel’s backlight through this connector.

Keypad and remote connector (CN2)

through this connector. Keypad and remote connector (CN2) Speaker connector (CN1) DVD VIDEO Connector: CN6 Pin

Speaker connector (CN1)

Keypad and remote connector (CN2) Speaker connector (CN1) DVD VIDEO Connector: CN6 Pin number Signal name

DVD VIDEO Connector: CN6

Pin number

Signal name

Description

1

GPIO

GPIO

2

PB_IN

PB1 IN

3

Y_IN

Y1_IN

4

GND

GND

5

PR_IN

PR1 IN

6

GND

GND

7

IR

DVD IR

DVD AUDIO Connector: P1

Pin number

Signal name

Description

1

LI

YPBPR1L_IN

2

RI

YPBPR1R_IN

3

GND

GND

8

Other connectors:

1, CN19 to Upgrade the program of MTK5380C (U13) AND FLASH (U17)

J3

+3V3SB 1 U0RX 2 U0TX 3 4
+3V3SB
1
U0RX 2
U0TX
3
4

4x1 W/HOUSING

DIP4/W/H/P2.0

3.3. Power Board

2 U0TX 3 4 4x1 W/HOUSING DIP4/W/H/P2.0 3.3. Power Board 3.3.1 Function Description: Supply power for

3.3.1 Function Description:

Supply power for Main board, Panel.

3.3.2Connectordefinition

INPUT CONNECTOR (CN6)

CN10

Signal name

1

N

2

GND

3

GND

4

DIM

5

EN

6

+12V

7

+12V

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3.4. LCD PANNEL.

AU(T190PW01)
AU(T190PW01)

3.4.1 Function Description: Display the signal.

3.4.2 Connector definition

Pin number

Signal name

Description

1-3

LVDSVDD

Power for panel

4-6

GND

Ground

7

A0N

LVDS EVEN 0 - Signal

8

A0P

LVDS EVEN 0 + Signal

9

A1N

LVDS EVEN 1 - Signal

10

A1P

LVDS EVEN 1 + Signal

11

A2N

LVDS EVEN 2 - Signal

12

A2P

LVDS EVEN 2 + Signal

13,14

GND

Ground

15

CK1N

LVDS EVEN Clock - Signal

16

CK1P

LVDS EVEN Clock + Signal

17

A3N

LVDS EVEN 3 - Signal

18

A3P

LVDS EVEN 3 + Signal

19

A4N

LVDS ODD 0 - Signal

20

A4P

LVDS ODD 0 + Signal

21

A5N

LVDS ODD 1 - Signal

22

A5P

LVDS ODD 1 + Signal

23

A6N

LVDS ODD 2 - Signal

24

A6P

LVDS ODD 2 + Signal

25,26

GND

Ground

27

CK2N

LVDS ODD Clock - Signal

28

CK2P

LVDS ODD Clock + Signal

29

A7N

LVDS ODD 3 - Signal

30

A7P

LVDS ODD 3+ Signal

10

CN1 (Header):S14B-PH-SM4-TB (D)(LF)(JST) or equivalent.

Pin No.

Symnbol

Description

1

   

2

3

VBL

+5.0V Power input

4

   

5

6

13

GND

Ground

14

25

26

7-12

   

15

LVDS

LVDS EVEN Signal

16

EVEN

17

18

19-24

LVDS

 

27

ODD

28

LVDS ODD Signal

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4. External Equipment Connections

Accessories

29 30 4. External Equipment Connections Accessories Remote Control User GUIDE Battery Antenna Connection 1 、

Remote Control

External Equipment Connections Accessories Remote Control User GUIDE Battery Antenna Connection 1 、 Connect one end

User GUIDE

Battery

Antenna Connection

1Connect one end of a coaxial cable (not included) to the ANT IN jack on the back of your TV/DVD combo, then connect the other end of the cable into the antenna or cable TV wall outlet.

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2 、 To improve picture quality from an antenna in a poor signal area, install

2 To improve picture quality from an antenna in a poor signal area, install a signal amplifier.

antenna in a poor signal area, install a signal amplifier. 3 、 If you need to

3If you need to split the antenna signal to connect two TVs, install a two-way splitter.

Choose Your Connection

There are several ways to connect your television, depending on the components you want to connect and the quality of the signal you want to achieve. The following are examples of some different ways to connect your TV with different input sources. Choose the connection which is best for you.

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VCR connection

VCR connection 13

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External Equipment Connections

External Equipment Connections 14

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5. OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS

Basal information 5.1 Front panel controls

5. OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS Basal information 5.1 Front panel controls 15

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5.2 Back panel controls

5.2 Back panel controls 16

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5.3 Universal Remote Controller

5.3 Universal Remote Controller 17

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6. DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS

6.1.Whole machine

The whole machine includes Packaging AssemblyFront Cabinet AssemblyBack Cabinet AssemblyBase AssemblyMain board AssemblyRemote Control Board AssemblyControl Board AssemblyAssembly Material SubassemblyRomote Contral Per-setting Assembly.

Subassembly 、 Romote Contral Per-setting Assembly. 1 3.2 3.5 Components List 2 3. 3 3. 6

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Subassembly 、 Romote Contral Per-setting Assembly. 1 3.2 3.5 Components List 2 3. 3 3. 6

3.2

Subassembly 、 Romote Contral Per-setting Assembly. 1 3.2 3.5 Components List 2 3. 3 3. 6

3.5

Components List

Contral Per-setting Assembly. 1 3.2 3.5 Components List 2 3. 3 3. 6 3.1 3.4 3.7

2

Contral Per-setting Assembly. 1 3.2 3.5 Components List 2 3. 3 3. 6 3.1 3.4 3.7

3.3

Per-setting Assembly. 1 3.2 3.5 Components List 2 3. 3 3. 6 3.1 3.4 3.7 NO

3.6

Per-setting Assembly. 1 3.2 3.5 Components List 2 3. 3 3. 6 3.1 3.4 3.7 NO

3.1

Assembly. 1 3.2 3.5 Components List 2 3. 3 3. 6 3.1 3.4 3.7 NO Name

3.4

Assembly. 1 3.2 3.5 Components List 2 3. 3 3. 6 3.1 3.4 3.7 NO Name

3.7

NO

Name

Description

Parts number

1

DX-LTDVD19-09

   

2

Packaging

 

/

3

TV Set

 

/

3.1

Base Borad

   

3.2

Back Cabinet

   

3.3

Control PCB

   

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3.4

Plastic Front Cabinet

0090202142.1

3.5

Remote Control PCB

0091801240

3.6

Main board Assembly

DC11Z0E0100M

3.7

DVD

DC11Z0E0100D

6.2. Support Stand Assembly

3.7 DVD DC11Z0E0100D 6.2. Support Stand Assembly Assembly Spare parts Locatio Spare Parts Name in

Assembly

Spare parts

Locatio

Spare Parts Name in English

Specificatio

Qty

number

n No.

n

     

Support Stand Assembly

 

1

   

Support Stand Subassembly

1

 

=

 

Base Board

 

1

Support

Stand

   

Rotational Axis

 

1

Assembly

   

Rubber

 

5

     

Support Stand

 

Bolt

Assembly

4

     

GB818-85

 

Bolt

M4X16

4

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6.3. Back Cabinet Assembly

6.3. Back Cabinet Assembly Components List Assembly Spare parts Location Spare Parts Name in English

Components List

Assembly

Spare parts

Location

Spare Parts Name in English

Specification

Qty

number

No.

     

Back Cabinet Assembly

 

1

   

Back Cabinet Subassembly

 

1

   

Back Cabinet

 

1

 

Button Bracket

 

1

 
 

DVD Control Board bracket

 

1

 
 

Power Board bracket

 

2

 
 

Terminal Board

 

1

 
 

LCD panel bracket

 

2

 
 

Small cover board

 

1

 
 

Bolster

 

1

 
   

Screw

 

2

   

Speaker

Y47-418-5W/4

2

Back Cabinet

         

Assembly

DVD shield

metal

 

1

 

DVD Button Label

     
   

Sponge Strip

   

0.17

 
 

Bolt

   

2

 
 

Bolt

GB818-85

M3*4

4

 

Bolt

SJ2824-87

 

ST4X12F

6

 

Bolt

SJ2824-87

ST4×16F

1

 
 

Bolt

SJ2824-87

ST3X8F

8

 
 

Terminal Lable(black)

 

1

 
 

Bolt

SJ2824-87

 

ST3*8F

8

 

Bolt

SJ2824-87

 

ST3*8F

8

 

Bolt

SJ2824-87

 

ST3*8F

3

 

Bolt

SJ2824-87

 

ST3X10F

6

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6.4 Front Cabinet Assembly

6.4 Front Cabinet Assembly Assembly Spare parts Location Spare Parts Name in English Specification Qty

Assembly

Spare parts

Location

Spare Parts Name in English

Specification

Qty

number

No.

     

Front Cabinet Assembly

1

 
 

Front Cabinet

Subassembly

1

 
 

Plastic

Front Cabinet

 

1

 

Transparent

Window

silk-screenDYNEX

1

Front Cabinet

         

Assembly

Plastic

board

1

 

Bolt

SJ2824-87

ST3X10F

2

   

LCD

Pannel

T190PW01

1

 

LOGO

     
 

Bolt

SJ2824-87

ST3*10F

2

6.5. Miscellaneous Material Assembly

6.5.1. Location Photo

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6.5.2 Components List Spare parts Location Spare Parts     Name in Specification Qty number

6.5.2 Components List

Spare parts

Location

Spare Parts

   

Name in

Specification

Qty

number

No.

English

 
     

Miscellaneous Material Assembly

1

LVDS Connection Wire

 

1

 

Speaker

Connection Wire

1

Connection Wire

 

1

 

Power

Cord

1

 

Power Mainboard Inverter Connective Wire

1

Miscellaneous

Power Supply Board

 

1

 

Material

Left

Gasket

1

Assembly

Right

Gasket

1

Magnetic

Loop

2

Magnetic

Loop

2

ROHS-DVD

 

1

 

ROHS-DVD

Signal Wire

1

ROHS-DVD

Power wire

1

 

Metal

clip

3

Screw

 

3

 

Damper Foam

 

3

 

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7. MEASUREMENTS AND ADJUSTMENTS

The way to the factory mode menu:

1st, press nemu, 2sec, input 8893, Finished these operations ,system will be into the factory mode menu. IF want to exit this factory menu,please press the botton”Exit” in the remoter.

menu,pleas e press the botton”Exit” in the remoter. 7.1 Version ,S/N, Panel Resoution Version:The first line

7.1 Version ,S/N, Panel Resoution

Version:The first line is the model Name and the second line is current software version.

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7.2 Video 7.2.1 , Auto Color The option could only be used in the VGA

7.2 Video

7.2.1Auto Color The option could only be used in the VGA and Component model. When we found the color in the two models was abnormal. Then we can use the function to adjust it automatically. 7.2.2Color Temperature The function could adjust the Color Temperature., used when debugging.

7.2.2 , Color Temperature The function could adjus t the Color Temperature., used when debugging. 7.3

7.3 Audio

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Dolby Banner: When turn it “ON”, the model will be in Dolby authentication state.

Compression: Compression style.

Compression Factor: Compression state.

Downmix:

RF

atv

lineAV/S-Video/YPbPr/VGA

output model. MTS System: used when debugging. The parameters only used when

debugging, no need to be modified.

parameters only used when debugging, no need to be modified. 7.4 Channel Range Scan: The functi

7.4 Channel

Range Scan:

The function could make it to search the channels by differentiation the analog and

digital channels.

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Single RF Scan: Search channels in the frequency scope set in advance. Factory Scan: According

Single RF Scan:

Search channels in the frequency scope set in advance.

Scan: Search channels in the frequency scope set in advance. Factory Scan: According to ANTENNA-ANALOG--- 〉

Factory Scan:

According to ANTENNA-ANALOG---ANTENNA-DIGITAL---CABLE- ANALOG---

CABLE- DIGITAL to search channels, used only in project debugging.

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Tuner Diagnostic: Project debugging setting, used to inspect the audio function. 7.5Gamma Gamma: Bright :

Tuner Diagnostic: Project debugging setting, used to inspect the audio function.

7.5Gamma

Gamma:

BrightGAMMA0.8

Middledefault settings in the program

DarkGAMMA1.2

the audio function. 7.5Gamma Gamma: Bright : GAMMA0.8 Middle : default settings in the program Dark

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7.6 Backlight

Backlight: adjust the backlight.

7.6 Backlight Backlight: adjust the backlight. 7.7 Function Burning Mode: Turn it “ON” to enter the

7.7 Function

Burning Mode:

Turn it “ON” to enter the aging model, This is for factory run-in testing. The screen would display red, green, blue and black screen repeatedly. Each color screen could be exam at that time.

The screen would display red, green, blue and black screen repeatedly. Each color screen could be

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Clean Storage : The function could make the model tu rn back to the factory
Clean Storage : The function could make the model tu rn back to the factory

Clean StorageThe function could make the model turn back to the factory default setting.

make the model tu rn back to the factory default setting . Remark: The date of
make the model tu rn back to the factory default setting . Remark: The date of

Remark:

The date of the chart only is a example, please don’t adjust the factory mode base on it.

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8. WIRING CONNECTION DIAGRAM

8. WIRING CONNECTION DIAGRAM 30

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9. TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE

9.1. Simple check

No Picture,no sound

Verify if the television is properly plugged Verify if the television is properly supplied power Verify if electricity is available

Blank screen

Verify if correct signals are input Press INPUT button to change signal input to TV input Restart the television of power supply is interrupted

No sound

Press Mute button and verify if Mute mode is set. Switch to otger channel and verify if the same problem happens. Press VOL+ button to see of he problem can be solved.

Poor sound

Verufy if sound system is correct .Refer to some chapter for adjust.

No picture in some channel

Verify if correct channel is selected. Adjust the antenna. Make adjustments by Fine Tune and MANUAL Scan.

No color for some channel program(black and white)

Verify if the same problem exists in other channels. check out of picture and sound system. Refer to relative instructions in the Manual for color adjust.

Spots with some or all pictures

Verify if the antennal is correctly connected. Verify if the antennal is in good condition. Make fine adjustment of channel.

Horiaontal/vertical bars or picture shaking

Check for local interference such as an electrical appliance or power tool.

Television out of control

Disconnect the television from power supply and 10 seconds later, connect the television to the power supply. If the problem still exists, contact authorized after-sales service for technical assistance.

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9.2 Power Supply Board failure check

9.2 Power Supply Board failure check State : No power First, check cables which connect with
9.2 Power Supply Board failure check State : No power First, check cables which connect with
9.2 Power Supply Board failure check State : No power First, check cables which connect with
9.2 Power Supply Board failure check State : No power First, check cables which connect with
9.2 Power Supply Board failure check State : No power First, check cables which connect with
9.2 Power Supply Board failure check State : No power First, check cables which connect with

State: No power First, check cables which connect with PSU, then check as follows

1) Check PSB input voltageAC inputvoltage : 120V connector : CN7

2Check PSB output voltage orderly

voltage

connector:CN3P6,P7

: +12V ,+12V

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9.3 Main board failure check

State: No picture

No Sound (All Mode) Fail Check the input Source Pass Fail Check the input/output Of
No Sound
(All Mode)
Fail
Check the input
Source
Pass
Fail
Check the input/output
Of
IC U13 of Main B/D
Pass
Fail
Check the input/output
Of IC U55 of Main B/D
Pass
Check the input/output
Of IC U2 of Main B/D
Fail
Pass
Check the Speaker
Fail
Pass
Check the Sperker
wire
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Change Source input

Re-soldering or change IC U13

Re-soldering or change IC U55

Re-soldering or change IC U2

Change the Speaker

StateNo picture

No Raster

on Panel

Fail Check the backlight B/D Pass Check the input/output of jack CN3 of Main B/D
Fail
Check
the
backlight
B/D
Pass
Check the input/output of
jack CN3 of Main B/D
Fail
Pass
Fail
Check the input/output of
Jack CN4 of Main B/D
Pass
Check
the
Panel
Fail
wire
Pass
Change the panel
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Change the backlight B/D

Re-soldering or change IC UA1 and RNA1-17

Re-soldering or change IC U13

Change the Panel wire

9.4 Panel failure

Failure Mode

Part

Name

Description

Phenomena

 

Failure cause

     
      Block Defect :TCP cr acking or cracking

Block Defect :TCP cracking or cracking

V

B/D

Vertical bar

Dim or L/D

:TCP Sunken :TCP lead cracking :ACF bonding short :Awful environment and something electric enter into LCD :Mis-align between TCP and Panel :Panel failure :TCP failure

V

Dim

Vertal

gray

V Dim Vertal gray
 

line

 

Vertical color

  Vertical color

V

L/D

line(light

or

TCP

 

dark forever)

 

Horizontal

  Horizontal
  Horizontal

H

B/D

 

bar

 

Horizontal

  Horizontal

H

Dim

 

gary line

 

Horizontal

  Horizontal

H

L/D

line(light

or

 

dark forever)

Failure Mode

Part

Name

Description

Phenomena

Failure cause

 

Dot Defect

Bright dot dark dot in pannel

  Dot Defect Bright dot dark dot in pannel Incoming Inspection Standard

Incoming Inspection Standard

Panel or

   
Panel or      
 

Polarizer

Bladder

in

Polarlzer

 

Bladder between Polarizer and top glass

Bubble

Polarizer

Polarizer

 
Polarizer    
 

Scratch

Polarizer Scratch

Tine or rigidity arose

F/M

inside

Eyewinker

inside

F/M inside Eyewinker inside  
 

Polarizer

Polarizer

Eyewinker inside Polarizer

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Abnormal

     

Display

Abnormal Display

1.Chip lose action 2.IC ahort or jointiog bad 3.Pannel and vsc connect bad

 

Circuit

 

Bright

and

dark

Circuit   Bright and dark

Flashing

display alternately

 

Failure Mode

 

Part

Name

Description

Phenomena

 

Failure cause

 

White

B/L normal, only

     

white

screen

Screen

 

display

Black

B/L normal, only

   

Maybe caused by surge current and EDS

Black

screen

Screen

 

display

Circuit

FIIcker

Crosstalk

 
Circuit FIIcker Crosstalk   LCD Vcom imbalance  

LCD Vcom imbalance

 

Abnormal

Only

color

Abnormal Only color   Capacitance improper bring crosstalk inside LCD pannel
 

Capacitance improper bring crosstalk inside LCD pannel

Color

abormal

Abnormal

Only

color

 

1.Chip lose action 2. IC short or jointion bad 3.Pannel and vsc connect bad

 

abnormal

Color

 

Failure Mode

 

Part

Name

Description

Phenomena

 

Failure cause

   

When

turn

   

Mechanlcal

 

Caused by Mechanica noise of backlight unit

Nolse

panel,appear

 

cacophony

 
   
      Causeed by between mechanism and
 

Causeed

by

between

mechanism

and

Ripple

Connectric circle

pannel

     

*Connect

badness

between

wire

and

B/L off

B/L lose action

 

electrode

B/L dark

B/L

brightness

*Connect badness

 

darker than normal

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Short between wire and electrode

   
     
 

B/L

wire

 
B/L wire    
 

damaged

B/L wire damaged

Operation abnormal or systemic noise

B/L

wire

   

open

Without backlight

 

Operation abnormal or systemic noise

B/L

shut

B/L

shutdown

in

Short bitween lamp housing and wire, Because consume power too much

down

sometime

 

F/M

in

  F/M in  
 

B/L

,white,balck

F/M

Rotundity

or

F/M in B/L unit

wirelike

Failure Mode

Part

Name

Description

Phenomena

Failure cause

 

Light

Brightness at bottom of LCM brighter than normal

  Light Brightness at bottom of LCM brighter than normal  
 

leakage

B/L unit badness

Mechanlcal

   
Mechanlcal      
 

or B/L

Uniformity

B/L brightness

asymmetric

Sheet in B/L unit is uneven

 

Lack screw or screw damage

 

*Lack screw

Mount hole

Screw damage

10MAINTENANCE

To remove dirt or dust, wipe the cabinet with a soft, dry, lint-free cloth. Please be sure not to use a wet cloth.

Cleaning the Screen

Early malfunctions can be prevented. Careful and regular cleaning can extend the amount of time you will have your new TV. Be sure to turn the power off and unplug the power cord before you begin any cleaning. 1. Here is a great way to keep the dust off your screen for a while. Wet a soft cloth in a mixture of lukewarm water and a little fabric softener or dish washing detergent. Wring the cloth until it`s almost dry, and then use it to wipe the screen.

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2. Make sure the excess water is off the screen, and then let it air-dry before you turn on your TV.

Cleaning the Cabinet Extended Absence

If you expect to leave your TV dormant for a long time (such as a vacation), it`s a good idea to unplug the power cord to protect against possible damage from lightning or power surges.

11. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

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A B C D E MT5380 (DDR1) MODEL NAME: MT5380P1-V2 NEED TO CONFIRM 20070620 XINGQI
A
B
C
D
E
MT5380 (DDR1)
MODEL NAME: MT5380P1-V2
NEED TO CONFIRM
20070620 XINGQI
+3V3SB
R1701
10K
CN2
R1703 75
R0603/SMD
R1702
10
ADIN1
1
K0
R1704 2K
R0603/SMD
C628
D161
2
0.1uF
K1
MLVS0603M07
01. INDEX
INVR PWR
Main PWR
R1705 5K6
R0603/SMD
C/SMD/0603
C629
JATG,J2
1000pF
3
K2
R1706 18K
R0603/SMD
C0603/SMD
02. DIGITAL POWER
Speaker
4
K3
LDO,U7
R1707 5K6
R0603/SMD
03. ANALOG POWER
U46,uP
U2
5
4
K4
4
04. PERIPHERAL
LDO,U1
R1708 2K
R0603/SMD
D162
LVDS
6
C630
C645
K5
MLVS0603M07
05. ANALOG PLL/USB2.0/TUNER
UR2 J4
R1709 75
R0603/SMD
0.1uF
1000pF
J7
MT8292
HP
C/SMD/0603
C0603/SMD
7
K6
06. DDR1 MEMORY
Flash
ADIN2
U16
P44
8
LED_RED#
R1710
10
LED_R
07. FLASH/JTAG/UART/IR/TRAP
Vcore PWR
U17,U18
JMP,J17
R1711
10K
LDO,U41
9
GND
08. HDMI/SPEAKER
U3
Q16
10
LED_GRE#
D165
LED_G
09. LVDS/MUTE
GPIO_3
MLVS0603M07
4
GPIO_3
11
+5VSB
GPIO_10
CPU_5V
4
GPIO_10
10. YPBPR/L/R
DDR1
MT5380
LDO,U9
GPIO_11
4
GPIO_11
LDO,U10
12
OIRI
OIRI
IR_IN
7
OIRI
11. VGA IN/LR
UA1
LQFP
OPCTRL3
4
OPCTRL3
12. AV IN/L/R/CVBSO
U13
KEY
ADIN1
4
ADIN1
ADIN2
4
ADIN2
13. LINE OUT/HP
DDR PWR
14. BACK LIGHT /MAIN POWER
U4,U11
GND
2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14
GND
+3V3SB
2,4,7,8,9
+3V3SB
+5VSB
2,9,11 +5VSB
IR1 IR
LDO,U6
+12V
GPIO Definition
2,3,8,9,14
+12V
+5V
2,3,8,9,14
+5V
GPIO_0
System EEPROM Write Protect
UR1 J3
YPbPr1,LR_IN
AV_out
Tuner,U22
OPWRSB
4
OPWRSB
GPIO_1
Unused
USB P1
BL_ON/OFF
9
BL_ON/OFF
GPIO_3
Unused
DIMMING
9
DIMMING
GPIO_4
Headphone Detect
Y1_IN
10
Y1_IN
GPIO_5
Audio Mute Control
P5 HDMI
PB1_IN
10
PB1_IN
LR/VGA
VGA
YPbPr0
SVIDEO
HP
PR1_IN
AV1 L,R
10
PR1_IN
GPIO_6
HDMI EEPROM Write Protect
3
3
GPIO_7
HDMI HDP
+5VSB
GPIO_8
Speaker Mute
Rev
History
Note
DATE
GPIO_11
GPIO_9
LVDS Power Control
CN6
V1
INITIAL VERSION
2007/04/09
R4
0
GPIO_10
LVDS Panel Control(Reserve)
R15
V2
1.Change Vcore Voltage. 2.Add FB for DV33 and AV33 Reserve
R13
1K
R0603/SMD
GPIO_11
LVDS Panel Control(Reserve)
4.7K
R0603/SMD
R46
2 1 GPIO
3. Add R49, R50 for A version IC. 4. Change C20, C21 for crystal capacitors.
2007/06/11
R0603/SMD
PB1_IN
NC
PB_IN
Y1_IN
GPIO_12
U2RX
OIRI
1
Q2
R0603/SMD
3 Y_IN
5.Add DRAM Serial resistors. 6.Add CEC uP. 7. Add U16 MT8292
2007/06/11
MMBT3904LT1
GPIO_13
U2TX
4 5 GND
R8
22
DVD_IR
PR1_IN
PR_IN
OPCTRL0
CEC Function
7 6 GND
R0603/SMD
DVD_IR
IR
OPCTRL1
VGA EEPROM Write Protect
R9
U57
+5VSB
1K
DC+12V
AP1530/SOP-8
R0603/SMD
OPCTRL2
Back Light Control
SOP8/SMD
OPCTRL3
Unused
L152
33uH/POWER CHOKE
4
6
L/DU1311/SMD
Vcc
O/P
OPCTRL4
Trap
5
O/P
CE643
R1784
C651
C652
R1785
OPCTRL5
3K
NC/100nF
100nF
Trap
4.3K
+
+3V3SB
470uF/16v
CE616
R0603/SMD
C0603/SMD
C0603/SMD
3
1
R0603/SMD
OCSET
FB
AIN1,2,4
Unused
+
CB987
R1786
100K
R1695
OPWM0(GPIO 40)
Unused
220uF/16v
0.1uF
R0603/SMD
D166
R1787
SCHOTTKY DIODE/B340A
820 ohm
VCXO(GPIO 67)
Unused
D/SMA/SMD
R0603/SMD
+3V3SB
1k
CB1000
R1696
0
LED_RED#
0.1uF
0.8 x (1+12K/2.2K) = 5.1V
R36
C0603/SMD
10K
R1697
4.7K
Q51
GPIO Definition
1
F1
R0603/SMD
+5VSB
2
CN3
2
RF_AGC(GPIO 62)
Unused
3.15A/250V
DC+12V
2N3906
1
SOT23/SMD
R1698
AIN3_L(GPIO 74)
Unused
2
3
BL_ON/OFF
C646
E5
AIN3_R(GPIO 75)
Unused
4
DIMMING
C0603/SMD
+
1k
5
CAP8-5MM
C647
R1699
0
LED_GRE#
6
0.1uF
470uF/16V
0.1uF
C0603/SMD
7
OPCTRL3
R1700
4.7K
1
Q52
OR
2N3904
+5VSB
SOT23/SMD
SIP_7P_2.5
+3V3SB
R1712
10K
R0603/SMD
R1767
SW_POWER
NC
CN5
R0603/SMD
1
OPWRSB
+12V
5
STB
Q53
MMBT3904LT1
R1768
R38
4
+5V
SOT23/SMD
10K
47K
R0603/SMD
R0603/SMD
3
GND
+5V
DC+12V
+5V_DVD
2
GND
+12V
U48
U49
L138
1
+12V
+5VSB
1
8
1
8
FB/1206
2
7
2
7
3
6
3
6
R1618
R1621
4
5
CB989
R2
4
5
20k
+5V
+5V_DVD
0
5PIN_2.0
FDS9435
FDS9435
0.1uF
Q3
R0603/SMD
SMD/SOP8/P1.27
SMD/SOP8/P1.27
3
2
SW_POWER R1619
47K
Q44
20k
1
2N3904
GPIO_10
R18
AO3401
C2
1
4.7K
C3
SOT23/SMD
0.1uF
1
SW_POWER
R1622
47K
Q45
R0603/SMD
0.01uF
1
C/SMD/0603
2N3904
R16
C/SMD/0603
CE5
+
NUSTC_5380P1_V2
0
47uF/16v
R0603/SMD
R23
No.1-2, Innovation Rd 1, SBIP, Hsin-Chu City 300
MediaTek Inc.
GPIO_3
TEL:(03)567-0766 FAX:(03)578-7610
1
Q5
MMBT3904LT1
Title
10K
INDEX/MAIN POWER
R0603/SMD
Document Number
Drawn
Rev
Size
MT5380P1-V2
V1
C
Date:
Monday, May 12, 2008
Sheet
1
of
14
A
B
C
D
E
3
2
3
2
2
EN
7
Vss
8
Vss
3
2
2
3
1
1
2
2
3
1
2
1
2
32
3
2

4

3

4 3 2 A B C D E 1 GND 1,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14 GND +5V 1,3,8,9,14 +5V +5VSB

2

A

B

C

D

E

1

GND 1,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14 GND +5V 1,3,8,9,14 +5V +5VSB 1,9,11 +5VSB VTT +3V3SB 1,4,7,8,9 +3V3SB U1
GND
1,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14
GND
+5V
1,3,8,9,14
+5V
+5VSB
1,9,11
+5VSB
VTT
+3V3SB
1,4,7,8,9
+3V3SB
U1
AZ1117/adj
DV10
7 DV10
DV33
AV33
MEM_VREF
L134
6 MEM_VREF
+5V
VTT
6 VTT
CB7
R6
DDRV
3
2
IN
OUT
6,7
DDRV
C6
0.1uF
DV33
NC
4,7,9,14
DV33
4.7uF/10V
AV33
3,5,8,9,13
AV33
R1
4.7K
+12V
1,3,8,9,14
+12V
110
+
CE1
CB33
CB37
100uF/6.3v
U4
0.1uF
0.1uF
DDRV
8
1 GND
VTT
+
CE2
DDRV
7
2 SD
PVIN
100uF/10v
R29
6
3 4 VSENSE
AVIN
R3
MEM_VREF
5
VREF
VDDQ
180
NC
CB8
C1
IC LP2996 DDR Termination SOP-8
CB9
+
CE6
1.25 x (1+180/110) = 3.3V
R32
0.1uF
1uF
0.1uF
100uF/6.3v
NC
VTT FOR DDR TERMINATOR
MEM_VREF FOR DDR AND MT5381 VREF
U3
AP1513/SOP-8
+12V
SOP8/SMD
DV10
L2
27uH/POWER CHOKE
4
6
Vcc
O/P
5
O/P
R518
C301
C302
R5
3K
NS/100nF
NC
1K
CE593
CB5
CE33
CE9
CB42
3
1
+
+
OCSET
FB
+
CB6
R519
0.1uF
470uF/6.3v
0.01uF
0.1uF
100K
470uF/6.3v
D95
R7
470uF/16v
SCHOTTKY DIODE/B340A
2K
Low ESR
CB64
0.1uF
0.8 x (1+1K/2K) = 1.2V
U6
AZ1117/adj
DDRV
+5VSB
+5V
U11
+3V3SB
2
3
2
3 IN
OUT
IN
OUT
R10
R956
R43
CB573
+
CE579
110
+
CE15
CB12
LT1084 TO-252-3
110
0.1uF
470uF/6.3v
1.5K
100uF/6.3v
0.1uF
CE17
+
CB574
100uF/10v
0.1uF
+
CE611
R11
22uF/10v
R958
180
120
1.25 x (1+120/110) = 2.6V
1.25 x (1+180/110) = 3.3V
1
1
ADJ/GND
ADJ/GND
2
EN
7
8
Vss
Vss
1
ADJ/GND
1 1 ADJ/GND ADJ/GND 2 EN 7 8 Vss Vss 1 ADJ/GND NUSTC_5380P1_V2 4 3 2

NUSTC_5380P1_V2

4

3

2 EN 7 8 Vss Vss 1 ADJ/GND NUSTC_5380P1_V2 4 3 2 1 MediaTek Inc. TEL:(03)567-0766

2

1

MediaTek Inc.TEL:(03)567-0766 FAX:(03)578-7610

No.1-2, Innovation Rd 1, SBIP, Hsin-Chu City 300

Title

DIGITAL POWER

Size

B

Date:

Document Number

MT5380P1-V2

Drawn

Rev

V1

14

Monday, May 12, 2008

Sheet

2

of

A

B

C

D

E

4

3

4 3 1 A B C D E 2 GND 1,2,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14 GND +5V 1,2,8,9,14 +5V AV33

1

A

B

C

D

E

2

GND 1,2,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14 GND +5V 1,2,8,9,14 +5V AV33 2,5,8,9,13 AV33 AV12 5,8,10 AV12 U10
GND
1,2,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14
GND
+5V
1,2,8,9,14
+5V
AV33
2,5,8,9,13
AV33
AV12
5,8,10
AV12
U10
AZ1117/adj
+5V_TUNER
5,12
+5V_TUNER
AV12
AV25
5,12
AV25
U7
AZ1117/adj
AV25
AV33
+12V
3
2
IN
OUT
1,2,8,9,14
+12V
+5V
OPWM2
4,7
OPWM2
3
2
IN
OUT
R17
100
CB23
R12
C575
0.1uF
+
CE28
110
C573
+
CE19
CE30
+
CB32
1uF
100uF/6.3v
470uF/6.3v
100uF/10v
0.1uF
CE22
+
CB18
1uF
0.1uF
R19
100uF/10v
0
R14
180
1.25 x (1+0/100) = 1.25V
10% tolerance
1.25 x (1+180/110) = 3.3V
+12V
U41
AZ1117/adj
L145
L146
U56
+5V
AV25
7805
27R/1206
27R/1206
+5V_TUNER
RCF-1
RCF-1
3
2
1
3
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
R71
CE224
+
CB197
C574
CB398
100
C572
CB228
+
CE592
470uF/16v
0.1uF
TO-263-3/SMD
0.1uF
0.1uF
100uF/6.3v
1uF
CB229
1uF
0.1uF
R70
100
POWER SUPPLY +5V FOR TUNER
1.25 x (1+100/100) = 2.5V
1
1
ADJ/GND
ADJ/GND
1
ADJ/GND
2
GND

POWER SUPPLY +30V FOR SAMSUNG TUNER

1 ADJ/GND 2 GND POWER SUPPLY +30V FOR SAMSUNG TUNER NUSTC_5380P1_V2 4 3 2 1 MediaTek

NUSTC_5380P1_V2

4

3

GND POWER SUPPLY +30V FOR SAMSUNG TUNER NUSTC_5380P1_V2 4 3 2 1 MediaTek Inc. TEL:(03)567-0766 FAX:(03)578-7610

2

1

MediaTek Inc.TEL:(03)567-0766 FAX:(03)578-7610

No.1-2, Innovation Rd 1, SBIP, Hsin-Chu City 300

Title

ANALOG POWER

Size

B

Date:

Document Number

MT5380P1-V2

Drawn

Rev

V1

14

Monday, May 12, 2008

Sheet

3

of

A

B

C

D

E

5 4 3 2 1 GND 1,2,3,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14 GND U13B DV33 2,7,9,14 DV33 OSDA0 +3V3SB 206
5
4
3
2
1
GND
1,2,3,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14
GND
U13B
DV33
2,7,9,14
DV33
OSDA0
+3V3SB
206
OSDA0
1,2,7,8,9
+3V3SB
OSCL0
GPIO_0
GPIO_3
OSDA1
207
245
OSCL0
GPIO_0
1
GPIO_3
8
OSDA1
OSDA1
63
246
GPIO_10
OSCL1
OSDA1
GPIO_1
1
GPIO_10
8
OSCL1
OSCL1
GPIO_3
OPWRSB
62
209
OSCL1
GPIO_3
1
OPWRSB
TP34
193
210
GPIO_4
GPIO_11
ADIN3
OPWM0
GPIO_4
1
GPIO_11
5
ADIN3
OPWM1
GPIO_5
+3V3SB
+3V3SB
OPCTRL2
204
211
OPWM1
GPIO_5
9
OPCTRL2
OPWM2
GPIO_6
ADIN3
205
59
OPWM2
GPIO_6
5
ADIN3
TP35
148
60
GPIO_7
CEC
VCXO
GPIO_7
8
CEC
D
D
OXTALO
GPIO_8
DV10
145
212
XTALO
GPIO_8
2,7
DV10
OXTALI
146
213
GPIO_9
R51
XTALI
GPIO_9
AVCC_SRV
GPIO_10
150
R20
149
214
AVDD33_SRV
GPIO_10
AVDD33_XTAL
GPIO_11
CE37
1K
OPCTRL1
147
216
+
AVDD33_XTAL
GPIO_11
11
OPCTRL1
220uF/10v
217
OPCTRL4
GPIO_12
7
OPCTRL4
TP36
C_XREG
R27
1
ORESET#
OPCTRL5
154
218
ADIN4
GPIO_13
7,8
OPCTRL5
ADIN3
153
OSCL0
ADIN3
OSCL0
ADIN2
R52
R21
Q1
OSDA0
152
1
ADIN2
OSDA0
ADIN1
OPCTRL0
CEC
NC
C25
220
2N3904
GPIO_0
151
92
CB1002
ADIN1
OPCTRL0
7
GPIO_0
PWRDET
4.7uF/10V
150
91
OPCTRL1
0.1uF
ADIN0
OPCTRL1
D1
OPCTRL2
R22
76
C0603/SMD
OPCTRL2
AVDD33_REG
OPCTRL3
88
75
1N4148
47K
AVDD33_REG
OPCTRL3
C_XREG
OPCTRL4
OPWM[1 2]
87
90
C_XREG
OPCTRL4
7,9
OPWM[1 2]
ORESET#
OPCTRL5
GPIO_[4 11]
71
89
ORESET_
OPCTRL5
1,8,9,13,14
GPIO_[4 11]
OPWRSB
72
OPWRSB
ADIN1
1
ADIN1
ADIN2
1
ADIN2
DV33
MT5380 SMD LQFP
OPCTRL3
1
OPCTRL3
+3V3SB
FB16
FB
AVCC_SRV
R25
390
C18
C
C
1uF
CB71
PWRDET
0.1uF
DV33
C0603/SMD
R35
DV33
NC
R28
R31
10K
U14
CB70
0.1uF
NC
+3V3SB
8
1
VCC
NC
33
R30
7
2
WP
NC
10K
R198
OSCL0
Y1
FB17
FB
AVDD33_REG
6
3
SCL
NC
GPIO_0
1
Q37
OSDA0
5
4
OXTALI
OXTALO
SDA
GND
2N3904
60MHz
C22
EEPROM 24C16
R199
1uF
CB72
NC
IIC ADDRESS "A0"
C20
TXC
C21
L36
0.1uF
5pF
5pF
C0603/SMD
820nH
DV33
DV33
C532
B
1nF
B
R39
R40
4.7K
4.7K
+3V3SB
FB18
FB
AVDD33_XTAL
OSDA0
OSCL0
C27
1uF
CB73
0.1uF
C0603/SMD
HOLE/GND
HOLE/GND
HOLE/GND
HOLE/GND
H3
H4
H2
H1
9
9
2 9
9
9
2
2 9
2
9
2 2
9
2 2
8
8
3 8
3
8
3
8
3
3
8
8
7
3 4 8
7
4 7
7
7
4
7
4
7
3 4 4
7
3
4 4
NUSTC_5380P1_V2
6
6
5 6
6
6
5
5 6
5
6
5 5
6
5 5
A
A
No.1-2, Innovation Rd 1, SBIP, Hsin-Chu City 300
MediaTek Inc.TEL:(03)567-0766 FAX:(03)578-7610
Title
PERIPHERAL
Size
Document Number
Drawn
Rev
MT5380P1-V2
V1
B
Date:
Monday, May 12, 2008
Sheet
4
of
14
5
4
3
2
1
1
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
2
5 4 3 2 1 GND 1,2,3,4,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14 GND AV12 3,8,10 AV12 +5V 1,2,3,8,9,14 +5V AV33
5
4
3
2
1
GND
1,2,3,4,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14
GND
AV12
3,8,10
AV12
+5V
1,2,3,8,9,14
+5V
AV33
U13D
2,3,8,9,13
AV33
AV12
AV25
3,12
AV25
USB_VRT
AVDD12_PLL
R34
5.1K 1%
162
68 USB_VRT
AVDD12_ADCPLL
65
157
AVDD12_PLL
USB_VRT
FB19
FB
AVDD12_PLL
ADIN3
USB_DM
AVDD12_TVDPLL
4 ADIN3
AVDD12_PLL
CB450
CVBS0T
155
66 USB_DP
AVDD12_HDMIPLL
12 CVBS0T
AVDD33_USB
AVDD12_PLL
NS/100pF
+5V_TUNER
67
163
AVDD33_USB
AVDD12_APLL
3,12
+5V_TUNER
AVDD12_USB
69
161
AVDD12_PLL
C41
C31
FAT_IN2+
159 AVDD12_USB
AVDD12_SYSPLL
12 FAT_IN2+
D
D
TP42
AVDD12_PLL
1uF
4.7uF/10V
C42
CB78
FAT_IN2-
158
TP0
AVDD12_DMPLL
12 FAT_IN2-
TP43
AVDD12_PLL
0.01uF
0.1uF
156
160 TN0
AVDD12_DTDPLL
C0603/SMD
C0603/SMD
MT5380 SMD LQFP
AV33
AV25
AV12
FB28
FB
AVDD33_USB
AV12
FB34
FB
FB27
FB
AVDD12_USB
AVDD25_SADC
C57
+
CE38
4.7uF/10V
CB87
C54
100uF/6.3v
0.1uF
4.7uF/10V
C72
C73
C0603/SMD
CB85
1uF
4.7uF/10V
C44
CB137
0.1uF
0.01uF
0.1uF
C0603/SMD
AVSS25_SADC
C0603/SMD
C0603/SMD
U13H
AVDD25_SADC
165
C
AVDD25_SADC
C
SIFP
166
167
AVSS25_SADC
SIFP
AVSS25_SADC
SIFN
168
SIFN
TP60
169
AF
TP59
SIF
R83
0
195
C70
SIFP
RF_AGC
TUNER_DATA
R1593
10K
IF_AGC
10nF
197
194
TUNER_DATA
IF_AGC
TUNER_CLK
196
TUNER_CLK
C568
GND
R84
0
C75
SIFN
47nF
10nF
MT5380 SMD LQFP
Near chip
ALPS COMBO-TUNER
T1
AFT
R1160
ADIN3
+5V_TUNER
100K
L3
R1159
FB
220K
TH1
GND1
TH2
CB990
C589
+ CE618
BEAD/SMD/0805
GND2
0.1uF
10uF/10v
220uF/10v
+5V_TUNER
AV33
1
C0603/SMD
C0805/SMD
C220UF10V/D6H11
NC or OOB
B
2
B
B1_+5V
SIF
SIF
3
GND or SIF O/P
GND or CVBS
RF_AGC (Mon)
NC or AFT
NC or IF_AGC(Mon)
NC or B2_Ana_+5V
4
NTSC_CVBS
CVBS0T
R1623
R1624
R1625
R1626
5
6
AFT
AFT
+5V_TUNER
10K
10K
4.7K
4.7K
FB63
R0603/SMD
R74
NC
R0603/SMD
R0603/SMD
7
8
FB
TUNER_SDAO
2
3
TUNER_DATA
CB991
C590
+ CE619